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einstein1921
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Dec5-12, 01:53 AM
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Hi, my friends. Today, I come up with a question suddenly. It is about Sound diffraction.
why can we hear someone's voice even when he is in a closed office. Many books says that it is because of Sound diffraction. But I can't understand. how does it happen? would you be so kind to explain it in detail? Thank you!!
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